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#!/usr/bin/perl -w use strict; use LWP::Simple; my (@numbers, %normals, %powers); my $content; unless (defined ($content = get(' +st.txt'))) { die "Cannot get PB history.\n"; } @numbers = split /\n/, $content; my @data; foreach my $line (@numbers) { next if ($line =~ /^!/); @data = split(/\s/, $line); shift @data; # throw away the date $powers{pop @data}++; foreach (@data) { $normals{$_}++; } } print "Normal Pick Rate:\n\n"; my @norm_sort = sort { $normals{$a} <=> $normals{$b} } keys %normals; foreach (@norm_sort) { print "$_ :\t($normals{$_})\t", "*" x $normals{$_}, "\n"; } print "\nPower Pick Rate:\n\n"; my @power_sort = sort { $powers{$a} <=> $powers{$b} } keys %powers; foreach (@power_sort) { print "$_ :\t($powers{$_})\t", "*" x $powers{$_}, "\n"; } print "\nNormal Picks:\t"; print join(" ", sort (@norm_sort[0 .. 11])), "\n"; print "\nPower Picks:\t"; print join(" ", sort (@power_sort[0 .. 3])), "\n"; print "\nDisclaimer:\n\tThis is not statistically accurate, except in +that the drawings are guaranteed.\nThis is just a quick frequency analysis making no pretens +es as to predictive accuracy.\n";

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